Protocols

AS-International

AS-International is the trade organization for AS-Interface users worldwide. The organization was founded in 1991 by the founding fathers of AS-Interface, each being an industrial company with different strategic and economic interests. They knew that the new technology can only be successful if an independent user organization is in charge of introducing the new technology to potential users. AS-International was born. The organization’s mission was very vaguely described as “The promotion of bus-able interfaces for binary sensors and actuators.”

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CLPA

The CC-Link Partner Association (CLPA) is an organisation of manufacturers of CC-Link compatible products and users of CC-link technologies. Taking CC-Link, begun in Japan and Asia and the first open field network in the world, CC-Link IE is an Ethernet-based integrated network that provides seamless data transfer from information systems to production floors, and is a next-generation platform for production facilities.

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EPSG

The Ethernet POWERLINK Standardization Group (EPSG) was founded in 2003 in Switzerland as an independent association with a democratic structure. Its goals are the standardization, promotion and further development of POWERLINK technology, which was first presented to the public in 2001. POWERLINK is a patent-free, manufacturer-independent and completely software-based communication system for hard real time that has been available as a free open source solution since 2008.

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ETG

The EtherCAT Technology Group (ETG) is the forum in which key user companies from various industries and leading automation suppliers join forces to support, promote and advance the EtherCAT technology. The EtherCAT protocol uses an officially assigned EtherType inside the Ethernet Frame. The use of this EtherType allows transport of control data directly within the Ethernet frame without redefining the standard Ethernet frame. The frame may consist of several sub-telegrams, each serving a particular memory area of the logical process images that can be up to 4 gigabytes in size. Addressing of the Ethernet terminals can be in any order because the data sequence is independent of the physical order

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Fieldbus FOUNDATION

The Fieldbus Foundation is the leading organisation dedicated to a single international, interoperable fieldbus standard. Established in September 1994 by a merger of WorldFIP North America and the Interoperable Systems Project (ISP), the foundation is a not-for-profit corporation that consists of more than 350 of the world’s leading suppliers and end users of process control and manufacturing automation products. Working together, these companies have provided unparalleled support for a worldwide fieldbus protocol, and have made major contributions to the IEC/ISA fieldbus standards development.

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ODVA

ODVA is a global association whose members are comprised of the world’s leading automation companies. ODVA’s mission is to advance open, interoperable information and communication technologies in industrial automation. ODVA recognizes its media independent network protocol, the Common Industrial Protocol or “CIP” – and the network adaptations of CIP – EtherNet/IP, DeviceNet, CompoNet and ControlNet – as its core technology and the primary common interest of its membership. ODVA’s vision is to contribute to the sustainability and prosperity of the global community by transforming the model for information and communication technology in the industrial ecosystem. For future interoperability of production systems and the integration of the production systems with other systems, ODVA embraces the adoption of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) and standard, unmodified Internet and Ethernet technologies as a guiding principle wherever possible. This principle is exemplified by EtherNet/IP – the world’s number one industrial Ethernet network.

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PI

PROFIBUS and PROFINET International (PI) is the largest automation community in the world and responsible for PROFIBUS and PROFINET, the two most important enabling technologies in automation today.
The common interest of our global network of vendors, developers, System Integrators and end users covering all industries lies in promoting, supporting and using PROFIBUS and PROFINET.
Regionally and globally over 1,400 member companies are working closely together to the best automation possible. No other fieldbus organization in the world has the same kind of global influence and reach. That´s why PROFIBUS and PROFINET are world leaders in industrial networking.

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RAPIEnet

LS Industrial Systems has developed RAPIEnet as a new industrial communications bus for use with its PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) systems. The company says that in so doing the design has avoided the complications of hubs and switches and the accompanying excessive cabling required by established Ethernet technology. RAPIEnet, while still compatible with the preexistent Ethernet standards, transmits data at a 1 GB-per-second speed and in case of a communications failure can repair the error 30 times as faster. It can be utilized in a variety of fields operated by automation systems such as semi-conductor and automobile manufacturing, or nuclear energy development.

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SERCOS International

The oldest international user group for real-time communication pools the expertise of more than 60 member organizations around the world, and it has subsidiaries in North America and Asia. Offices have been set up in Germany, the USA, Japan, and China. Sercos III technology is open, non-proprietary, and freely available. The independent Sercos international e. V. user group has been using this approach since 1990. In addition to representing the interests of its members, the user group provides an efficient and open forum for experts, supporters and interested parties who make active contributions.

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